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Martin Paul Eve

Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing at Birkbeck, University of London

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About Martin Eve

Martin Paul Eve is Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing and the Strategic Lead for Digital Education at Birkbeck, University of London. Martin is also Visiting Professor of Digital Humanities at Sheffield Hallam University until 2022. Previously he was a Senior Lecturer at Birkbeck, a Lecturer in English at the University of Lincoln, UK, and an Associate Tutor/Lecturer at the University of Sussex, where he completed his Ph.D.

Martin specialises in contemporary American fiction (primarily the works of Thomas Pynchon, Don DeLillo, Jennifer Egan, and David Foster Wallace), histories and philosophies of technology, evaluative cultures in the academy, and technological mutations in scholarly publishing. He is the author of Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno (Palgrave Macmillan, : 9781137405494), Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies and the Future (Cambridge University Press, : 9781107484016), Password (Bloomsbury Academic, : 9781501314872), and Literature Against Criticism: University English & Contemporary Fiction in Conflict (Open Book Publishers, : 9781783742738). Martin’s most recent book, Close Reading with Computers: Textual Scholarship, Computational Formalism, and David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas was published by Stanford University Press in 2019. From 2015-2020, Martin is a member of the UK English Association’s Higher Education committee.

In addition, Martin is well-known for his work on open access and HE policy, appearing before the UK House of Commons Select Committee BIS Inquiry into Open Access, writing for the British Academy Policy Series on the topic, being a steering-group member of the OAPEN-UK project, the Jisc National Monograph Strategy Group, the SCONUL Strategy Group on Academic Content and Communications, the Open Knowledge Foundation’s Open Access Steering Group, the Jisc Scholarly Communications Advisory Group, the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation advisory board, the California Digital Library/University of California Press’s Humanities Book Infrastructure advisory board, and the HEFCE Open Access Monographs Expert Reference Panel (2014), the Universities UK OA Monographs Working Group (2016-). Martin is also an Executive Board Officer for punctum books, a Plan S Ambassador, and co-founded the Open Library of Humanities.

As a result of this policy work, Martin was named as one of the Guardian’s five finalists for higher education’s most inspiring leader 2017, alongside the Vice Chancellors of Cambridge, Liverpool, and Sheffield Hallam Universities, and an Oxford philosophy professor.

In 2018, Martin was awarded the KU Leuven Medal of Honour in the Humanities and Social Sciences and alongside co-contributors and the editor won the Electronic Literature Organization’s N. Katherine Hayles Award for The Bloomsbury Handbook of Electronic Literature.

In 2019, Martin was awarded the Philip Leverhulme Prize for Literary Studies by the Leverhulme Trust.

Martin is also the developer of several digital humanities/computational projects.

You can download a PDF version of this CV.

Research Supervision

Martin would welcome Ph.D. proposals from candidates working in any of the following areas:

  • Twentieth and twenty-first -century contemporary American fiction
  • Contemporary British fiction
  • Computational approaches to the study of literature (digital humanities)
  • Scholarly communications
Martin currently supervises the following Ph.D. candidates:

Current Students

  • Bronac Ferran: "Words in Formation: The Formative Role of Hansjorg Mayer in the Development of a Typoetical Revolution (1955-1975)"
  • Haris Irshad: "Depictions of White-Collar Work in the fiction of David Foster Wallace"
  • Raphael Kabo: "Precarious Utopias: Visions of Precarity in Contemporary Speculative Culture."
  • Erik Ketzan: "Pynchon’s Language Tools: Ambiguity, Complexity, Antonyms and Harmonics"
  • Erin Reilly: "Towards an Ethical Culture: American Mythologies and the Limits of Freedom in the Work of David Foster Wallace"

Former Students

  • Dr Stuart Lawson: "Open Access Policy in the UK: From Neoliberalism to the Commons"
  • Dr Andrew Rowcroft: "Post-Marxism" [first year supervisor only]

Research Publications

The below is automatically pulled from the Birkbeck Institutional Repository, BIROn. A green download link indicates that a green-open-access accepted version is available while a gold link means the piece is gold open access.

Peer-Reviewed Articles (34)

2019 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Textual Scholarship and Contemporary Literature: Jennifer Egan’s Editorial Processes and the Archival Edition of Emerald City’, LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory, 2019 [Download]

  McGovern, Melanie, and Martin Paul Eve, ‘Information Labour and Shame in Farmer and Chevli’s Abortion Eve’, The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship, 9.1 (2019), 6.1-6.28 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Reading Redaction: Symptomatic Metadata, Erasure Poetry, and Mark Blacklock’s I’m Jack’, Critique: Studies In Contemporary Fiction, 60.3 (2019), 330–41 [Download]

2018 Severin, Anna, Matthias Egger, Martin Paul Eve, and Daniel Hürlimann, ‘Discipline-Specific Open Access Publishing Practices and Barriers to Change: An Evidence-Based Review’, F1000Research, 7.1925 (2018), 1–32 [Download]

  Katz, Daniel S., Gabrielle Allen, Lorena A. Barba, Devin R. Berg, Holly Bik, Carl Boettiger, and others, ‘The Principles of Tomorrow’s University’, F1000Research, 7.1926 (2018), 1–25 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Historical Imaginary of Nineteenth-Century Style in David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas’, C21 Literature: Journal of 21st Century Writings, 6.3 (2018), 1–22 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Joe Street, ‘The Silicon Valley Novel’, Literature & History, 27.1 (2018), 81–97 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Reading Very Well for Our Age: Hyperobject Metadata and Global Warming in Emily St John Mandel’s Station Eleven’, Open Library of Humanities, 4.1 (2018), 1–27 [Download]

2017 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Preferential Consideration: Bartleby, Class, and Genocide in David Foster Wallace’s “Consider the Lobster”’, C21 Literature: Journal of 21st Century Writings, 5.3 (2017), 1–23 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, Kitty Inglis, David Prosser, Lara Speicher, and Graham Stone, ‘Cost Estimates of an Open-Access Mandate for Monographs in the UK’s Third Research Excellence Framework’, Insights: The UKSG Journal, 30.3 (2017), 89–102 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Close Reading with Computers: Genre Signals, Parts of Speech, and David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas’, SubStance, 46.3 (2017), 76–104 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Great Automatic Grammatizator: Writing, Labour, Computers’, Critical Quarterly, 59.3 (2017), 39–54 [Download Preprint]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Publication, Digital Abundance, and Scarce Labour’, Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 49.1 (2017), 26–40 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Ernesto Priego, ‘Who Is Actually Harmed by Predatory Publishers?’, Triple C: Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society, 15.2 (2017), 755–70 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Towards the Digital Preservation of DOM-Node-Keyed Scholarly Web Annotations’, Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 5.1 (2017), eP2178.1-eP2178.13 [Download]

  Moore, Samuel, Cameron Neylon, Martin Paul Eve, Daniel O’Donnell, and Damian Pattinson, ‘Excellence R Us: University Research and the Fetishisation of Excellence’, Palgrave Communications, 3.16105 (2017), 1–13 [Download]

2016 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘JSON-Encoded Textual Variance Between the Published Versions of David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas in “an Orison of Sonmi ~451”’, Journal of Open Humanities Data, 2 (2016), 1–2 [Download]

  Sussman, Mark, and Martin Paul Eve, ‘“A Shorthand of Stars”: From John to Thomas Pynchon’, Orbit: A Journal of American Literature, 4.2 (2016), 1–7 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“You Have to Keep Track of Your Changes”: The Version Variants and Publishing History of David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas’, Open Library of Humanities, 2.2 (2016), 1–34 [Download Appendix A]

2015 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Structural Dissatisfaction”: Academics on Safari in the Novels of Jennifer Egan’, Open Library of Humanities, 1.1 (2015), 1–24 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Keep Writing: The Critique of the University in Roberto Bolaño’s 2666’, Textual Practice, 30.5 (2015), 949–64 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open-Access Publishing and Scholarly Communications in Non-Scientific Disciplines’, Online Information Review, 39.5 (2015), 717–32 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Too Many Goddamn Echoes”: Historicizing the Iraq War in Don DeLillo’s Point Omega’, Journal of American Studies, 49.3 (2015), 575–92 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Co-Operating for Gold Open Access without APCs’, Insights: The UKSG Journal, 28.1 (2015), 73–77 [Download]

2014 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘All That Glisters: Investigating Collective Funding Mechanisms for Gold Open Access in Humanities Disciplines’, Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 2.3 (2014), eP1131.1-eP1131.13 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“some Kind of Thing It Aint Us but yet Its in Us”: David Mitchell, Russell Hoban, and Metafiction after the Millennium’, SAGE Open, 2014, 1–10 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Means of (Re-)Production: Expertise, Open Tools, Standards and Communication’, Publications, 2.1 (2014), 38–43 [Download]

2013 Buckland, A., Martin Paul Eve, G. Steel, J. Gardy, and D. Salo, ‘On the Mark? Responses to a Sting’, Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 2.1 (2013), eP1116.1-eP1116.6 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Utopia Fading: Taxonomies, Freedom and Dissent in Open Access Publishing’, Journal of Victorian Culture, 18.4 (2013), 536–42 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“You Will See the Logic of the Design of This”: From Historiography to Taxonomography in the Contemporary Metafiction of Sarah Waters’s Affinity’, Neo-Victorian Studies, 6.1 (2013), 105–25 [Download]

2012 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Thomas Pynchon, David Foster Wallace and the Problems of “Metamodernism”: Post-Millennial Post-Postmodernism?’, C21 Literature: Journal of 21st Century Writings, 1.1 (2012), 7–25

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway? Enlightenment, Revolution, and Ipseic Ethics in the Works of Thomas Pynchon’, Textual Practice, 26.5 (2012), 921–39 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Tear It down, Build It up: The Research Output Team, or the Library-as-Publisher’, Insights: The UKSG Journal, 25.2 (2012), 158–62 [Download]

2011 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Historical Sources for Pynchon’s Peter Pinguid Society’, Pynchon Notes, 56–57 (2011), 242–45 [Download]

Book Chapters (22)

2019 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Philosophy’, in Thomas Pynchon in Context, ed. by Inger H. Dalsgaard (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Pynchon and the New Materialism’, in The New Pynchon Studies, ed. by Joanna Freer (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Violins in the Subway: Scarcity Correlations, Evaluative Cultures, and Disciplinary Authority in the Digital Humanities’, in Digital Technology and the Practices of Humanities Research, ed. by Jennifer Edmonds (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Late Modernism, Postmodernism, and After’, in The Cambridge Companion to Contemporary British Fiction, ed. by Peter Boxall (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Publishing and Information’, in The Oxford Handbook of Publishing Studies, ed. by Angus Phillips and Michael Bhaskar (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“What Was Knowledge for, I Would Ask Myself”: Science, Technology, and Pharmakon in David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas’, in David Mitchell: Contemporary Critical Perspectives, ed. by Wendy Knepper and Courtney Hopf (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019) [Download]

2018 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Sincerity’, in The Routledge Companion to Twenty-First Century Literary Fiction, ed. by Robert Eaglestone and Daniel O’Gorman (Routledge, 2018)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Katherine Isobel Baxter, and Linda Bree, ‘English: The Future of Publishing’, in English: Shared Futures, ed. by Robert Eaglestone and Gail Marshall (London: D. S. Brewer, 2018), pp. 83–99 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Jennifer Egan’, in Dictionary of Literary Biography: Twenty-First-Century American Novelists (Bruccoli Clark Layman, 2018), ccclxxxii

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Dance Like Nobody’s Watching”: The Mediated Shame of Academic Publishing’, in Shame and Modern Writing, ed. by Barry Sheils and Julie Walsh (London: Routledge, 2018) [Download]

2017 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Scarcity and Abundance’, in The Bloomsbury Handbook of Electronic Literature, ed. by Joseph Tabbi (London: Bloomsbury, 2017), pp. 385–98

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the United Kingdom’, in Praxishandbuch Open Access, ed. by Konstanze Söllner and Bernhard Mittermaier (De Gruyter, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Openness, Politics and Power’, in Mass Intellectuality and Democratic Leadership in Higher Education, ed. by Joss Winn and Richard Hall (London: Bloomsbury, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Saskia de Vries, and Johan Rooryck, ‘The Transition to Open Access: The State of the Market, Offsetting Deals, and a Demonstrated Model for Fair Open Access with the Open Library of Humanities’, in Expanding Perspectives on Open Science: Communities, Cultures and Diversity in Concepts and Practices, ed. by Leslie Chan and Fernando Loizides (Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2017), pp. 118–28 [Download]

2016 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Structures, Signposts, and Plays: Modernist Anxieties & Postmodern Influences in Tom McCarthy’s C’, in Tom McCarthy: Critical Essays, ed. by Dennis Duncan (Gylphi, 2016)

2015 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Freedom To” vs. “Freedom From”’, in The Cost of Freedom: A Collective Inquiry (Pourrières, France: Book Sprints, 2015), pp. 61–62 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘New Rhetorics: Disciplinarity and the Movement from Historiography to Taxonomography’, in Metahistorical Narratives and Scientific Metafictions, ed. by G. di Episcopo (Naples, Italy: Edizioni Cronopio, 2015), pp. 101–22 [Download]

2014 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Pynchon and Wittgenstein: Ethics, Relativism and Philosophical Methodology’, in Profils Américains: Thomas Pynchon, ed. by G. Chamerois and B. Chorier-Fryd (Montpellier: Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée, 2014), pp. 81–104 [Download]

2013 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“It Sure as Hell Looked like War”: Terrorism and the Cold War in Thomas Pynchon’s Against the Day and Don DeLillo’s Underworld’, in Thomas Pynchon and the (de)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity, ed. by Z. Kolbuszewska (Lublin, Poland: Wydawnictwo KUL / John Paul II Catholic University Press, 2013) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Before the Law: Open Access, Quality Control and the Future of Peer Review’, in Debating Open Access, ed. by N. Vincent and C. Wickham (London, UK: British Academy, 2013), pp. 68–81 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Botnet: Webs of Hegemony/Zombies Who Publish’, in Zombies in the Academy: Living Death in Higher Education, ed. by A. Whelan, C. Moore, and R. Walker (Bristol, UK: Intellect Press, 2013), pp. 103–17

2012 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘1Q84 by Haruki Murakami’, in 1001: Books You Must Read Before You Die, ed. by P. Boxall (London, UK: Cassell Illustrated, 2012)

Reviews (22)

2019 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Making Literature Now by Amy Hungerford; Mere Reading: The Poetics of Wonder in Modern American Novels by Lee Clark Mitchell; and Anti-Book: On the Art and Politics of Radical Publishing by Nicholas Thoburn’, American Literature, 91.3 (2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Anthony Uhlmann’s Saint Antony in His Desert’, Electronic Book Review, 2019 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Enumerations: Data and Literary Study by Andrew Piper’, Modern Philology, 2019 [Download]

2018 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of The Cruft of Fiction: Mega-Novels and the Science of Paying Attention by David Letzler’, Orbit: A Journal of American Literature, 6.1 (2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Digital Humanities: Knowledge and Critique in a Digital Age by  David M. Berry and Anders Fagerjord (Eds.)’, New Formations, 2018 [Download]

2017 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Composition, Creative Writing Studies and the Digital Humanities by Adam Koehler’, The Review of English Studies, 68.287 (2017), 1032–34 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of The Maximalist Novel: From Thomas Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow to Roberto Bolaño’s 2666 by Stefano Ercolino’, Comparative Critical Studies, 14.2–3 (2017), 374–77 [Download]

2016 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Literature and the Public Good by Rick Rylance’, Research Fortnight, 2016 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Foucault on the Politics of Parrhesia by Torben Bech Dyrberg’, Foucault Studies, 21, 2016, 238–40 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of A New Republic of Letters: Memory and Scholarship in the Age of Digital Reproduction by Jerome McGann’, Alexandria: The Journal of National and International Library and Information Issues, 26.1 (2016), 64–64 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Laruelle Against the Digital by Alexander R. Galloway’, Electronic Book Review, 2016 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of The Open-Source Everything Manifesto: Transparency, Truth, and Trust by Robert David Steele’, Utopian Studies, 27.1 (2016), 121 [Download]

2015 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Althusser and His Contemporaries: Philosophy’s Perpetual War by Warren Montag’, Foucault Studies, 20, 2015, 317–19 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Thomas Pynchon and the American Counterculture by Joanna Freer’, Journal of American Studies, 49.4 (2015), 946–47 [Download]

2013 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Humanities In the Twenty-First Century: Beyond Utility and Markets by Eleonora Belfiore and Anna Upchurch (Eds.)’, Textual Practice, 27.7 (2013), 1250–54 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Terrorism and Temporality In The Works of Thomas Pynchon and Don DeLillo by James Gourley’, Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon, 2.1 (2013) [Download]

2012 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of American Postmodernist Fiction and the Past by Theophilus Savvas’, Literature and History, 21.2 (2012), 106–8 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Thomas Pynchon & the Dark Passages of History by David Cowart and Pynchon and Relativity by Simon de Bourcier’, Textual Practice, 26.5 (2012), 973–78 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon by Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman, and Brian McHale (Eds.)’, Berfrois, 2012 [Download]

2011 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Interdisciplinarity (2nd Edition) by Joe Moran’, Rupkatha, 3.1 (2011), 218–21 [Download]

2010 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of Local Transcendence: Postmodern Historiography and the Database by Alan Liu’, Textual Practice, 24.6 (2010), 1117–19 [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Review of The Time That Remains by Elia Suleiman’, Excursions, 1.1 (2010) [Download]

Conference Papers/Events (190)

2019 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Monographs Metrics Experiment’ (presented at the Metrics for Monographs Meeting, Jisc Collections, London, 2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Economics and Political-Economics of Open-Access Monograph Publishing’ (presented at the Open Access Monographs: From Policy to Reality, University of Cambridge, UK, 2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘OA and Learned Societies’ (presented at the NorthEast Research Libraries Consortium Meeting, Washington, DC, USA, 2019)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Slow Onset Storm for the Humanities’ (presented at the Fordham/Birkbeck Symposium on Digital Scholarship, Fordham University, London, UK, 2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Sacred Unreadable Artefact: Digital Preservation, Computational Abundance, and Scarce Access’ (presented at the Digital Library Futures: Symposium on Non-Print Legal Deposit, University of Cambridge, UK, 2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Plan S: Origins, Developments, Speed’ (presented at the UKSG 42nd Annual Conference and Exhibition, Telford, England, 2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Fact and Fiction, Proximity and Profundity, Distance and Depth’ (presented at the The Mediated Text, Loughborough University London, 2019)

  Eve, Martin Paul, John Willinsky, and Oya Rieger, ‘Consortial Funding Models: What Are They and How Do They Work?’ (presented at the OASPA Webinar, Online, 2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Starting an Open Access Journal’ (presented at the Publishing Workshop, Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, UK, 2019) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and Monographs’ (presented at the Technē Congress, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK, 2019) [Download]

2018 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Where Next for the Open Library of Humanities?’ (presented at the CNI Fall 2018, Washington DC, USA, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities: Economics, Books, and the Coming Storm’ (presented at the ISMTE European Conference 2018, London, UK, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Academic Publishing and Open Access’ (presented at the Open Access Week, University of Lincoln, UK, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Where next for Open Access? Plan S, Brexit, and the Need for Leadership’ (presented at the Open Access Week, University of East London, London, UK, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Knowledge and Monographs: Economics, Plan S, and Academic Freedom’ (presented at the Open Knowledge: Process, Ethics, Possibilities, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Professorial Inaugural Lecture: Digital Architextures: Literature, Interpretation, and Computation’ (presented at the Martin Paul Eve Professorial Inaugural Lecture, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2018) [Download Presentation files]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Close Reading with Computers’ (presented at the BACLS: What Happens Now 2018, Loughborough University, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Two Roads Diverged: Open Access Monographs in the United Kingdom’ (presented at the Jisc and CNI leaders conference 2018: The changing role for libraries in the context of the research university, Oxford, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Anti-Distributional Economics of Open Access’ (presented at the Moving Towards Full Open Access in Higher Education, Congress Centre, London, UK, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Chair’s Opening Remarks’ (presented at the Moving Towards Full Open Access in Higher Education, Congress Centre, London, UK, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities: Economics and Politics’ (presented at the Seminar on Reproducibility and Open Research, University of Oxford, UK, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Access Problems for the Contemporary History of the Book’ (presented at the Books.Files, New York City, NY, USA, 2018) [Download Presentation]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Close Reading Cloud Atlas with Computers’ (presented at the Close Reading + DH: A Dialogue, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2018) [Download Presentation]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities: Economic Distribution and Political Will’ (presented at the European Conference for the Humanities, KU Leuven, Belgium, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Academic Publishing and Open Access’ (presented at the Library Seminar, University of Lincoln, UK, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Publishing Technologies and Digital Preservation’ (presented at the Centre for Technology and Publishing Workshop, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, Michael Jubb, Rob Johnson, and Yvonne Budden, ‘Implementing Full Open Access - Repositories, Monographs and Methods of Delivery’ (presented at the The next steps for delivering open access - implementation, expansion and international trends, Westminster, London, UK, 2018)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Technology Changes Everything and Nothing in Scholarly Communications’ (presented at the CHASE Consortium Brief Encounters Launch, The Royal Institution, UK, 2018)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Distance and Depth’ (presented at the Thinking Big, Institute of English Studies, 2018) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Christopher Barnes, Megan Wacha, Carl Blyth, and Nicky Agate, ‘Open Humanities 101’ (presented at the MLA 2018, New York, New York, United States of America, 2018)

2017 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access, Peer Review, and Editorial Workflows’ (presented at the Centre for Technology and Publishing Workshop, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘A Matter of Distribution: APC Logic against Consortial Funding Mechanisms’ (presented at the The Twelfth Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing, Tromsø, Norway, 2017) [Download]

  Maricevic, Maja, Torsten Reimer, Allan Sudlow, Martin Paul Eve, and Tom Mowlam, ‘Debating Open Access’ (presented at the Research Round Table: Open Access Publishing, The British Library, London, UK, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the Research Round Table: Open Access Publishing, The British Library, London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Helen Porter, ‘Research Exploitation, Intellectual Property Rights, and Open Access Policy’ (presented at the Core Skills for Doctoral Researchers, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Helen Porter, ‘Research Exploitation, Intellectual Property Rights, and Open Access Policy’ (presented at the Core Skills for Doctoral Researchers, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access, Economic Models, and Challenges’ (presented at the Open Access Workshop, Regensburg University, Germany, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘FairOA and Consortial Models’ (presented at the OA Tage 2017, Dresden, Germany, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Flipping to Open Access Using Consortial Funding Models’ (presented at the OA Tage 2017, Dresden, Germany, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘OA in Dry Funding Climates: Consortial Business Models’ (presented at the Open Science Fair, Athens, Greece, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Contemporary Textual Scholarship, Canon, and Publishing’ (presented at the English: Shared Futures, Newcastle, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘How to Get Published as an Early Career Academic’ (presented at the English: Shared Futures, Newcastle, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Technological Horizons’ (presented at the What is a Text in the Digital Age?, Institute of English Studies, School of Advanced Study, London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Maybe, but It’s Code’s All It Is”: Thomas Pynchon, Cow Country, and Computational Stylometry’ (presented at the International Pynchon Week 2017, La Rochelle, France, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Aesthetics of Metadata in Contemporary Fiction: Reference, Redaction, and the Archive’ (presented at the Postgraduate Research Seminar, University of Buckingham, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Difficulties of Humanities Data Analytics’ (presented at the Birkbeck Institute for Data Analytics Research Seminar, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘He Doesn’t Talk Politics Anymore: The Role of Politics in Contemporary US Fiction’ (presented at the Birkbeck Arts Week, Birkbeck, University of London, London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Close-Reading Cloud Atlas with Computers’ (presented at the David Mitchell Conference 2017, University of St Andrews, Scotland, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access Publishing Workshop, Leiden University, Leiden, Holland, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of the Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access Publishing Seminar, Utrecht University, Hollland, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the Research Excellence and Publishing Seminar, National Conference of University Professors, King’s College London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities and The OLH Project’ (presented at the Guest Lecture by Martin Eve, City University, London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Publishing Models for the Humanities’ (presented at the Open in Practice, University of Reading, UK, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Louise Corti, Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, Jonathan Tedds, and Roberta Gilchrist, ‘What Can We Do, as Individuals and Members of Our Communities, to Make Open Research a Reality?’ (presented at the Open in Practice, University of Reading, UK, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘XML and HTML for Scholarly Communications’ (presented at the School of Arts Graduate Workshop, Birkbeck, University of London, London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Intellectual Property Rights’ (presented at the UCU Branch Meeting, Birkbeck, University of London, London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Workshop Participant’ (presented at the Imagining Tomorrow’s University, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Regular Expressions for Humanists’ (presented at the Beyond the Black Box, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK, 2017) [Download Presentation]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access, Books, and the Tricky Transition’ (presented at the Digital Publishing and the Humanities: Perspectives and Questions, School of Advanced Study, Senate House, London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Motivations for the OLH Model’ (presented at the Open Knowledge in Higher Education, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Implementing the Stern Review’ (presented at the Promoting Excellent Research: Learning from REF2014 and Implementing the Stern Review, Policy UK, London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, Naomi Lawson Jacobs, and Judith Butler, ‘Conversation on Disability Activism’ (presented at the Disability Activism Seminar, Birkbeck, University of London, London, UK, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities and the Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the MA Publishing Programme, Kings College London, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Creating the Future of Academic Publishing: Strengthening the Research Ecosystem’ (presented at the Creating the Future of Academic Publishing: Strengthening the Research Ecosystem, London Southbank University, UK, 2017)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities, Or: The Internet Is Not Going Away’ (presented at the Open Access at UWE, University of the West of England, UK, 2017) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities: What, Why, and How’ (presented at the CHASE Arts and Humanities in the Digital Age Winter School, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2017) [Download]

2016 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities: What, Why, and How’ (presented at the Digital Art History Research Group, Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities and a New Funding Model’ (presented at the 7a Conferência Luso-Brasileira Sobre Acesso Aberto, Instituto Politécnico De Viseu, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Blank Generation: Encryption and Metadata in the Network of Mark Blacklock’s I’m Jack’ (presented at the Literary Networks and Cultural Collaborations: From 19th Century to the Present Day, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘A New Model for Open Access: The Open Library of Humanities One Year On’ (presented at the City, University of London Open Access Week 2016, City, University of London, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access Week: Birkbeck, University of London 2016’ (presented at the Open Access Week: Birkbeck, University of London 2016, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access Week: Birkbeck, University of London 2016’ (presented at the Open Access Week: Birkbeck, University of London 2016, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Diana Marshall, Mirjam Curno, and Demmy Verbeke, ‘Open Peer Review’ (presented at the Open Science on the Move, Brussels, Belgium, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the Publishing Now, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Technology and Publishing: The Work of Scholarship in the Age of Its Digital Reproducibility’ (presented at the ASIS&T Webinar, Online, 2016) [Download Presentation slides]

  Eve, Martin Paul, Alison Kinney, Jeffrey J. Cohen, and Joanna Walsh, ‘Object Lessons: A Conversation about the Hidden Meaning of Ordinary Things’ (presented at the Object Lessons: a conversation about the hidden meaning of ordinary things, Bloomsbury Institute, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Universal Library: Open Access and Why It Is So Hard’ (presented at the Electronic Visualization and the Arts Pre Conference Symposium, British Computer Society, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Gino D’Oca, and Katy Shaw, ‘What Does Open Access to Research Mean for the Humanities?’ (presented at the The Future of the Humanities, Centre for Culture & the Arts, Leeds, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Mark Blacklock, Daragh Carville, and Andrew Hankinson, ‘Crime Writers in Conversation’ (presented at the True Crime Fictions, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Death, Politics and the Archive: The Two Editions of David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas’ (presented at the What Happens Now? 21st-Century Writing in English, University of Lincoln, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access: The State of Play, or Why It Should Be Easy but Why It Isn’t...’ (presented at the DARTS 5, Dartington Hall, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access: Movement in a Digital World’ (presented at the Movement in a Digital World, King’s College London, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Evolving Present of Scholarly Communications’ (presented at the Library Seminar, Brighton University, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and Its Politics’ (presented at the Media, Film and Screen Studies seminar, Brighton University, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘On Siân Adiseshiah and Louise LePage’s Twenty-First-Century Drama (2016)’ (presented at the What Happens Now? 21st-Century Writing in English, University of Lincoln, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Only Revolutions: The Evolving Present of Scholarly Communications’ (presented at the Work in Progress Conference, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies and the Future’ (presented at the Interdisciplinary Seminar, UEA, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Passwords: An Abridged and Discontinuous Cultural History’ (presented at the Queen Mary English Postgraduate Research Seminar, Queen Mary University of London, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access: What It Is and Why It Matters’ (presented at the IDS Bulletin Launch Event, The British Library, London, UK, 2016)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Publishing and Technology’ (presented at the TECHNE Consortium Training Workshop, Royal Holloway, University of London, 2016)

2015 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Prestige and Non-APC OA Journals’ (presented at the FP7 Post-Grant OA Pilot APC-Equivalent Funding Scheme Workshop, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, NL, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Only Revolutions: Transitioning to a Digital Publication Environment for Humanities Scholarship’ (presented at the Digital Humanities Seminar, Queen Mary University of London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of the Humanities’ (presented at the University English Ordinary General Meeting: English in New Landscapes, Senate House, London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Academic Structures of Exclusion’ (presented at the Reading the World: Challenging Canon Formations, Senate House, London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Who Will Disrupt the Disruptors?’ (presented at the SCONUL Winter Meeting, The Wellcome Collection, London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities’ (presented at the Humanities Seminar, Aberystwyth University, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Flipping Humanities Journals to Open Access with the OLH’ (presented at the Fair Open Acces Tijdschriften in de Geesteswetenschappen, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access & the Humanities’ (presented at the CrossRef Annual Meeting, Boston, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘CrossRef Deposit: A Scholar-Publisher Experience’ (presented at the CrossRef Annual Meeting, Boston, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Flipping Humanities Journals to Open Access with the OLH’ (presented at the OpenCon 2015, Brussels, Belgium, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, David Berry, and Chris Kempshall, ‘Alternatives to the Monograph: New Ways of Publishing for Doctoral Researchers’ (presented at the Academic Book Week, University of Sussex, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Caroline Basset, and Kiren Shoman, ‘What Is the Future for the Academic Book?’ (presented at the Academic Book Week, University of Sussex, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Sarah Churchwell, Justin Champion, Stephen Gregg, Lyndsey Stonebridge, and Pip Wilcox, ‘Roundtable on the Academic Book of the Future’ (presented at the Opening the book: reading and the evolving technology(ies) of the book, Institute for Historical Research, London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Humanities in the Digital Age: Access, Equality and Education’ (presented at the Digital Humanities and Open Access, Finnish Literature Society, Helsinki, Finland, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Prestige Economy of Academia’ (presented at the Finnish Terminological Bank Workshop, Helsinki, Finland, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the UCL Open Access Conference 2015: ‘Open Access Publishing Options’, University College London, London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities: Why We Need It and How to Do It’ (presented at the Open Access in the Humanities, Groningen University, Groningen, Holland, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Humanities Research, Publics and Access’ (presented at the Open Access Week, Brunel University, London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Alison Jones, Sarah Kember, Peter Mandler, and Joanna Zylinska, ‘Panel Discussion’ (presented at the Open access monographs and publishing models: collaborative ways forward, Goldsmiths, London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Getting Your Research Published and Read: Transformations in the Publication Landscape’ (presented at the Open Access Week, Kansas University, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Caroline Edwards, ‘Humanities Takes Over’ (presented at the OpenCon Webcast, Online, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“He Doesn’t Talk Politics Any More”: Politics and Postmodernism; Morality and Metafiction; Nihilism and the Novel?’ (presented at the Action Writing: The Politics of US Literature, 1960-Present, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Publishing and Technology’ (presented at the Academic Publishing in the Digital Age, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Software, Markup Languages, Preservation’ (presented at the Academic Publishing in the Digital Age, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities’ (presented at the LIBER 2015, Senate House, London, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Neil Christensen, and Clare Hooper, ‘Open Access for HSS Journals’ (presented at the American Association of University Presses Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, Joshua Nicholson, Lenny Teytelman, and Stacy Konkiel, ‘When Publishers Aren’t Getting It Done’ (presented at the American Association of University Presses Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Heidi’s Years of Learning and Travel: Late-Pynchon’s Academics’ (presented at the International Pynchon Week, Athens, Greece, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Historical Fictions’ (presented at the Arts Week 2015, Waterstones Book Shop, Gower Street, London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access’ (presented at the BAFTSS Annual Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Co-Operating for Gold Open Access without APCs’ (presented at the UKSG 38th Annual Conference and Exhibition, Glasgow, Scotland, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the ACRL/NEC Scholarly Communication Group Spring Program, Open Humanities and Digital Scholarship: Access, Innovation, and Support, Northeastern University, Boston, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Open Library of the Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access and the Humanities, National Humanities Center, Durham, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access and the Humanities, UNC-Chapel Hill, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access and the Humanities, Duke University, Durham, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities: Benefits, Challenges and Economics’ (presented at the Open Access in the Humanities: Benefits, Challenges and Economics with Martin Paul Eve, Brown University, Rhode Island, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access, Libraries and Cooperation’ (presented at the Library Publishing Forum, Portland State University, Oregon, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Preferential Consideration: David Foster Wallace, Melville and Behaviourism’ (presented at the Supposedly Fun Things: A Colloquium on the Writing of David Foster Wallace, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, K. Fitzpatrick, M.K. Gold, C. Marden, and L. Norberg, ‘Innovation in Digital Publishing in the Humanities’ (presented at the American Historical Association, New York, U.S., 2015)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Metrics, Open Access and Publishing’ (presented at the Metrics and the assessment of research quality and impact in the Arts and Humanities, University of Warwick, UK, 2015)

2014 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Challenges and Opportunities (Open Access Monographs)’ (presented at the Beyond Open Access, International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers, London, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies and the Future’ (presented at the Open Access and the Humanities, KU Leuven, Belgium, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Innovative Publishing Models’ (presented at the OpenCon 2014, Washington, D.C., U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access in the Humanities, George Mason University, Virginia, U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access in the Humanities, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access in the Humanities, Hamilton College, NY, U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access Journals in the Humanities’ (presented at the SPARC Europe Open Access Roadshow, University of Glasgow, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the Scholarly Communication Institute, Duke University, Durham, U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the The Charleston Conference, Charleston, U.S., 2014)

  Priego, Ernesto, Caroline Edwards, Jon Tennant, Martin Paul Eve, A.-M. Ainsworth, Stuart Lawson, and others, ‘Open Access: Where Are We Now?’ (presented at the Open Access Week, City University, London, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access Week, University of Oxford, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access in the Humanities’ (presented at the ICOLC 2014, Lisbon, Portugal, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities’ (presented at the Tufts ‘Open October’, Tufts University, U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities’ (presented at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections Seminar, University of Manitoba, Canada, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies and the Future’ (presented at the Five Colleges Digital Humanities Seminar, UMASS, Amherst, U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies, and the Future’ (presented at the Daley Library Seminar, University of Illinois at Chicago, U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access Journals in the Humanities’ (presented at the SPARC Europe Open Access Roadshow, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access & the Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the Open Access & the Open Library of Humanities, University of Rhode Island, U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies and the Future’ (presented at the Open Access and the Humanities, Columbia University, New York, U.S., 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the 6th Conference on Open Access Publishing, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France, 2014)

  Prescott, A., Martin Paul Eve, C. Waelde, S. Tanner, and M. Deegan, ‘Intellectual Property and Impact’ (presented at the Digital Humanities Congress 2014, University of Sheffield, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities: An Overview’ (presented at the Open Access and the Humanities, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Impact of Open Access for the Humanities’ (presented at the Advisory Council on Latin American & Iberian Information Resources Seminar, University of Cambridge, UK, 2014)

  Lund, B., Martin Paul Eve, C. Banks, A. Miah, and K. Inglis, ‘Sharing in Online Research Communities’ (presented at the SCONUL Summer Conference 2014: The Open Library: Collections, collaboration and challenges, Glasgow, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Some Kind of Thing It Aint Us but yet Its in Us”: David Mitchell and Russell Hoban’ (presented at the Symposium on David Mitchell, New York University in London, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Alternative Open Access-Models: Open Library of Humanities’ (presented at the CRIStin Spring Conference 2014, Oslo, Norway, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, A. Hacker, and D. Withanage, ‘Designing an Open Source, Open Access Monograph Workflow’ (presented at the Open Access Workshop, University of Heidelberg, Germany, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access and the Humanities’ (presented at the RCUK International Meeting on Open Access, London, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, R. Gatti, and B. Hole, ‘Open Access Monograph Publishing: 3 Academics Who Just Got on and Did It’ (presented at the Jisc Digital Festival 2014, Birmingham, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Structural Dissatisfaction”: Academics on Safari in Jennifer Egan’s A Visit from the Goon Squad’ (presented at the Invisible Circus: An International Conference on the work of Jennifer Egan, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2014)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Structural Dissatisfaction”: The Role of Academics in Jennifer Egan’s A Visit from the Goon Squad’ (presented at the Humanities Research Seminar, University of Lincoln, UK, 2014)

2013 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Vivid Tenuousness”: Off the Page and into the Academy in the Novels of Jennifer Egan’ (presented at the Literature Off the Page: The Cultural and Political Work of American Writing, University of Sussex, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Humanities, Cultural “data” and the Problematic Resistance to Openness’ (presented at the Open [access, data, source]: science & data in the 21st century, Edinburgh, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access, Humanities Activism and Scholar Agency: Re-Imagining Our Future’ (presented at the Fremtiden er åpen!, Bergen, Norway, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Front Line of OA in Humanities and Social Sciences’ (presented at the The 2nd SPARC Japan Seminar 2013 ‘Latest Developments in Open Access: Humanities and Social Sciences’, Tokyo Waseda University, Japan, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Digital Literatures; Digital Democracies; Digital Threats?’ (presented at the E-reading between the lines: 21st century literature, digital platforms and literacies, University of Brighton, UK, 2013) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Caroline Edwards, ‘OLH and Monographs’ (presented at the Open Access Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conference, The British Library, London, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Caroline Edwards, ‘Open Access and the Humanities’ (presented at the Invited Talk - Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University, Harvard University, U.S., 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Caroline Edwards, ‘The Open Library of the Humanities: Building an Open, Scalable, Massive, Sustainable, Humanities Megajournal’ (presented at the THATCamp London: Digital Pedagogies, The British Library, London, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Opening up Humanities Sources’ (presented at the Wikimedia UK Conference, Lincoln, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Open Access: What It Is, Why We Need It, How We Fund It’ (presented at the School of Social and Political Sciences Seminar, University of Lincoln, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Libraries and Academics’ (presented at the Jisc and RLUK Academic Survey Workshop, London, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Caroline Edwards, ‘Open Access and the Humanities’ (presented at the Forms of Innovation, Durham University, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Don’t Just Sit There, Do Something!”: On Open Access Activism, the Future of Scholarly Communications and Crystal- (Not Navel-) Gazing’ (presented at the British Association of American Studies Conference, University of Exeter, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Oral Evidence’ (presented at the House of Commons BIS Inquiry into Open Access, Houses of Parliament, London, UK: Houses of Parliament, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, and Caroline Edwards, ‘The Future of Academic Publishing’ (presented at the The Graduate School Seminar, University of Lincoln, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The Future of Peer Review’ (presented at the Peer pressure: the changing role of peer review: Research Hive Seminar, University of Sussex, UK, 2013)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Too Many Goddamn Echoes”: Historicizing the Iraq War in Don DeLillo’s Point Omega’ (presented at the Iraq War Culture, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, 2013) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Futurity, Books, Marx, Labour’ (presented at the Beyond the Book? The Future of Academic Publishing, University of Nottingham, UK, 2013)

2012 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“Opening Children’s Eyes”: Overloaded Forms and the Didactic Function’ (presented at the English Literature Research Seminar, London, UK, 2012) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Pynchon Now’ (presented at the Contemporary Fiction Research Seminar, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 2012) [Download]

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Crypto-Didacticism and Theoretical Considerations in Roberto Bolaño’s 2666’ (presented at the Teaching Post-Millennial Literature, University of Brighton, UK, 2012)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Thomas Pynchon, David Foster Wallace and Twenty-First-Century Utopianism’ (presented at the What Happens Now? 21st Century Writing in English, University of Lincoln, UK, 2012)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Thomas Pynchon, Materialism and Negative Dialectics’ (presented at the Transforming Objects, Newcastle University, UK, 2012)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Autosubversive Practices in Scholarly Publishing’ (presented at the UKSG 35th Annual Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, 2012)

2011 Eve, Martin Paul, ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway? Geographical Specificity of Enlightenment in Thomas Pynchon’s Mason & Dixon’ (presented at the The 8th Biennial Symbiosis Conference, University of Glasgow, UK, 2011)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“The Driver’s Whip Is an Evil Thing”: Enlightenment as Mass Enslavement in the Works of Thomas Pynchon’ (presented at the Enslavement: Colonial Appropriations, Apparitions, Remembrances. 1750-Present Day, University of Portsmouth, UK, 2011)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘The F Word’ (presented at the ‘Opening out into a broader highway’: The First Meeting of the UK Pynchon Network, Durham University, UK, 2011)

2010 Eve, Martin Paul, Jonathan Connor, and Kitty Inglis, ‘Open Access for Humanities Researchers’ (presented at the Maximise your research impact: engaging with open access publishing, University of Sussex, UK, 2010)

  Eve, Martin Paul, ‘“It Sure’s Hell Looked like War”: Terrorism and the Cold War in Thomas Pynchon’s Against the Day and Don DeLillo’s Underworld’ (presented at the International Pynchon Week 2010, Lublin, Poland, 2010) [Download]